Myeloma Canada is the only national organization that is uniquely devoted to the Canadian myeloma community and this is reflected in the materials and publications it publishes and makes available for download and, where indicated, in hard copy.
Understanding Your Blood and Blood Tests InfoGuide
Understanding your blood and blood tests is the second publication in the Myeloma Canada InfoGuide Series. This InfoGuide will help you learn more about the different types of blood cells, the effects of myeloma and myeloma treatments on the blood, and the key blood tests involved in diagnosing and monitoring myeloma.
Myeloma Bone Disease InfoGuide
Myeloma Bone Disease is the first in a series of InfoGuides published by Myeloma Canada. The Myeloma Bone Disease InfoGuide is a valuable resource to help you better understand myeloma bone disease, and the many options for its management and treatment. To order your free copy, please send an e-mail to email@example.com or call (514-426-5885 or toll free 1-888-798-5771
Multiple Myeloma Patient Handbook
The first-ever Multiple Myeloma Patient Handbook created by and for Canadians is a collaborative effort bringing together patients and several of Canada’s leading myeloma specialists. To order your free copy, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call (514) 426-5885 or toll free 1-888-798-5771.
Management of multiple myeloma: The changing landscape
By Donna E. Reece, Department of Medical Oncology/Hematology
Princess Margaret Hospital
University health Network
Myeloma Canada Brochure
This brochure is available for distribution in medical facilities, by support groups, at conferences & seminars or for any other location where information on Myeloma Canada should be made available. To receive your free copies, please send an email to email@example.com or call (514) 426-5885 or toll free 1-888-798-5771.
Bortezomib or High-Dose Dexamethasone for Relapsed Multiple Myeloma
Donna E. Reece M.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine
Director, Program for Multiple Myeloma and Related Diseases
Princess Margaret Hospital
Complications of Multiple Myeloma
By Chaim Shustik, M.D., FRCP(C)
Professor of Medicine, McGill University
Division of Hematology, Royal Victoria Hospital
Managment of Multiple Myeloma - A Look at the Future
By Dr. A. Keith Stewart, MB.CHB., F.R.C.P.C.
Princess Margaret Hospital, Toronto, Canada
McLaughlin Centre for Molecular Medicine, University of Toronto
Myeloma Canada is affiliated with the International Myeloma Foundation, the world's oldest and largest myeloma organization
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